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- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Blended learning
- OPEN DAYS:
- Virtual open day activities on website
- TEACHING NOTES:
- Hoping most courses provide at least five hours of on-campus timetabled learning per student each week during each semester/block, with the remainder delivered online.
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Pro: -Location is great, near to train station and city center. About 10mins walk to the hub. -It's safe, they have security guard every night. -The social space is always occupied. You can watch TV, connect to your netflix, play game etc. People here drink almost every night in social space, it's always bustling with noise. -Everything in the room is in great condition which included sink, wardrobe, study desk, study chair w/ wheels and another chair, curtain, single bed (no pillow and duvet) and bulletin board. - Bathrooms are useable. - Cleaners come every morning. If you have any issue with the bathroom/toilet, you can tell the cleaners and they'll solve it asap. - Vacuum machine is on each floor, so you can clean your room :) - Each floor one kitchen (contains a sink, a microwave and a kettle). - Spacious cafeteria. Cons: - British breakfast every morning. - Food is edible, but it could be better. here has text limit, so ask me: email@example.com
This place gave me sick building syndrome between November and February. The food ranges from tolerable to inedible- I advise eating at the Hub. The showers on my floor (floor 2) were unusable for most of the year and gave out strange smelling water that made your skin itch. Don't come here unless you have no choice.
The rooms are great but the en-suite lets it down. The shower curtain is too close to the shower and the shower isn't adjustable so the water just hits the curtain. It would also have been nice to have a sofa in the living area to make it a more sociable environment.